Education Visits & Lectures
1- Learning Provision at Papplewick Pumping Station, an introduction
2- The GET Wet Project
3- Annual Papplewick Lecture
Annual Lecture Series
‘Is there enough for all of us? Global growth, climate change and food security’ presented by Lord Deben
Dame Barbara Stocking, DBE President, Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge and former Chief Executive, Oxfam GB Podcast available to listen here.
‘Water: A Victorian Vision and Today’s Reality’ presented by Lord Deben
The Second Papplewick Lecture was held on 21 November 2012 at the University of Nottingham and presented by Lord Deben, the Chair of the Committee on Climate Change. The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) is an independent body established under the Climate Change Act to advise the Government on emissions targets, and to report to Parliament on progress made in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Lord Deben gave an entertaining and thought provoking talk to a packed audience at the University’s Art Lecture Theatre. To watch the lecture on the Pumping Station’s Youtube channel, click here:
No lecture was given due to illness
‘Wet behind the Engineers’ presented by Adam Hart-Davis
The First Papplewick Pumping Station Annual Lecture, held on 3 November 2010, was hosted by the University of Nottingham and Adam Hart-Davis presented a lively lecture entitled ‘Wet behind the Engineers’.
A digital recording of this lecture in mp3 format (56 Kb) is available to download here:
Further information on the lecture is viewable here:
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